There are no questions in the world I can ask which will 100% narrow down your social skills just like that. Normally I wouldn’t even bother with one because they’re far too generic and I’d have to ask 100 questions to just get a basic idea of where you are in a wide spectrum of social skill abilities. But unfortunately the internet is full of useless quizzes and tests. They’ll ask you a plague of daft questions and then compare you to some kind of animal or whatever. Sometimes they might even give you some motivational nonsense afterwards about how great you are.
I’m more of a “get stuff done” kind of guy. So we’ve put together a few questions to get a rough idea of where you are and what we’re dealing with. Rather than give you some dancing gif to post on Facebook afterwards we’re actually going to give you some advice based on what we think. Something which can actually help you make a difference.
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Just how shy are you?
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Over Shyness is fortunate enough to get a lot of people coming to us for help. We spend a lot of time getting back to people through emails and Facebook. But I have no time for people who don’t want to make a real change to their life.
If you have a problem. If there’s something holding you back in life. You fix it.
We only get one life. There’s no time to have one toe in the pool.
Otherwise what the heck is the point?
So we put together a training program. Something you can work on at your own pace and actually see real results.
One email a day. Read. Follow. Change your life.
***Update – “Conversation Threading” and “Break” Techniques Updated. Makes Conversations Flow Easily***
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Question 1 of 5
I can have a hard time keeping eye contact with new people.
Question 2 of 5
In some situations I might stammer, mumble or speak very quietly.
Question 3 of 5
I tend to find other people carry the conversation and I answer questions.
Question 4 of 5
I frequently worry about saying the wrong thing.
Question 5 of 5
You find yourself inside your own head more often than not.